Diets don’t work. They just don’t. You lose weight and you put it back on again after a few months. Sometimes you even gain more than you lost.
The’ diet game’ leads to frustration, depression, starvation, deprivation and begins to become the Centres point of our life and social conversations. At almost every party, you find people talking about weight, or health or envying someone who has lost so much weight or feeling insecure and low on ‘ self- esteem’ because of how you look or fit into your clothes. It’s a vicious cycle as you get sucked into this whole ‘ diet game ‘.
Too many people measure their worth with the wrong scale. Your weighing scale does not determine who you are.
Now sit back a bit, relax and think about this. If it took you a year, or maybe two, or even three years to get the way you are (extra fat, weight, belly fat, cellulite, etc), is it really possible that you can find a plan that makes you lose all of that in 3-6 months? It’s not possible. The science of the human body defies that.
If you have a weight problem, the first thing you need to do is think about all the things/behavior etc. you have been engaged in over the last few months, years, that has got you in the shape that you are currently in. Write down the following –the extra coffees, desserts, reduction in your days of work out, increased meal portions, increased number of outside meals, increased holidays, etc.
Write it down. Your solution will be staring right back at you in the face- REDUCE!!! CUT BACK!! ADD!!!
Don’t always blame it on your age or your hormones or your genes. First study your LIFESTYLE and how it has changed over the last few months or years.
You don’t need professional help to figure that out.
And then….start making lifestyle changes but, one at a time. The most fantastic research I have been exposed to over the last few weeks is the fact that even if the most unhealthiest person makes as little as one lifestyle change in a month, and keeps it consistent, he or she will begin to make a positive impact on weight or health.
Just one lifestyle change.
it could work miracles – –
Increasing your water intake
Reducing meal sizes
Cutting back on outside meals
Alcohol in moderation
Increase intake of fruits and vegetables
Get a GOQII to help you make goals and impact lifestyle
Sleep 7 hours
Practice gratitude and kindness
Manage your stress effectively
Keep your dinners light
The list can go on and on. Select something and start working on it.
The truth is that burning fat is multi-factorial. You need to do more, much more than a ‘ diet’ to reach your goal. You need to feel good about yourself.
You need to stop following fad plans that you read about blindly. It must make sense to you if you are doing it. never do something that does not make sense to you, or that you don’t understand how it will work for you.
Fat burn = Lifestyle change = Need time and patience if you want the real thing. (there are no short cuts)
Know your goal, the truth behind why you really really want to achieve that, and then be patient, consistent and positive.